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  1. Aaahh there we go! Looks like the Fix Common Problems plugin hasn't been updated to accomodate this yet. Thanks! I'll flag the error as ignore for now
  2. Hi, Running 6.9.0 beta35. Today, Fix Common Problems notified me that an invalid folder is contained within /mnt. After looking into it, it looks like a new folder: /mnt/remotes, has been created. I checked my docker configs, but I haven't mapped this folder to any volume. Matter of fact, I didn't even touch my UnRaid configuration the last week. Tried removing it from the console, but it says the resource is busy, even after stopping the array. Any idea where this folder could have came from?
  3. Yes!! Can confirm as well, the new beta recognises the RTL8156 NIC perfectly. @limetech Thanks so much for the effort you put into this! Very much appreciated.
  4. This will more than do, this looks absolutely amazing! Thanks for all the work you put in creating all these case icons.
  5. Could I request another case icon? Looking for a design for a NUC system. Mainly using the gb-bsi7ha-6500 right now, but if you have a design from another NUC laying around, I wouldn't mind using that one as well.
  6. Yeah, probably. Tested a USB attached device with the RTL8153 chipset, which works fine. Well, in that case my feature request still stands, I guess. I'd love for the drivers of this chipset to be added, so I can use it within UnRAID : )
  7. My bad, thought it would be easier to read, as you wouldn't have to download the zip to access the logs. Post hidden. Yeah, it's an add-on. Kinda. I'm running UnRAID on a NUC, so no PCI slots. The NIC I'm trying to add is a usb to ethernet adapter. The 2 intel NICs reported are the onboard LAN and WiFi. For troubleshooting purposes, I tried a different USB port (tried them all), no luck though. I also tested another USB NIC with the RTL8153 chipset, which works fine. Finally, tested Debian on the system I'm troubleshooting with the RTL8156 NIC, to be sure the adapter isn't faulty. It shows up (thankfully) within Debian. If the NIC doesn't show up in the syslog, could it be the case of a missing driver? Should it even pop up if there's no driver present to support it? For what it's worth, here's the adapter I'm trying to get working: https://www.club-3d.com/en/detail/2467/usb_3.1_gen1_type_a_to_rj45_2.5gbps/
  8. tower-diagnostics-20200724-2121.zip
  9. Sure! Let me spin it back up, I'll post the logs in a bit..
  10. Yup, the 8125 is already available. One of my systems is using this chipset since 6.8.2. Tried the 6.9 beta, but unfortunately, my RTL8156 NIC isn’t being discovered. If the drivers are already available and it should work, let me know. I might have to do some troubleshooting then..
  11. Hi, Could you please add Realtek RTL8156 drivers to UnRAID? There should already be Linux drivers available, as both Debian and FreeBSD support the chipset. Really want to add 2.5G connectivity to my server, but unfortunately don't have a PCIe slot I can utilize.
  12. I didn't really like being reliant on an externally hosted share or network connectivity, so I chose a different path. The way I solved it was by using a hardware encrypted USB drive. I bought an iStorage Datashur Pro, but there are cheaper drives available on Amazon which offer hardware encryption. Basically, I decrypt the drive, stick it in my system and use bonienl's script to mount and copy the keyfile off of it. As long as the drive is powered, the drive stays decrypted so it survives reboots and remains accessible. When power to the thumb drive is cut off, the drive re-encrypts itself and keeps the keyfile safe.
  13. Solved it, it's pretty easily solvable by simply adding the mount command to the unRAID go file. Mounted the drive by uuid, imported the key file before emhttp starts and unmount the drive afterwards. Now my encrypted array starts without me having to provide the key file manually :)
  14. So, I bought a hardware encrypted flash drive. The plan is to store my key file on it, so it can autostart my encrypted array after a reboot, but lock the drive when the device is powered down (in case of theft). I've looked at a lot of tutorials, but most of them show how to mount a network share that hosts your key file. If I toggle auto-mount on the USB drive in unassigned devices, it only mounts the usb drive when the array starts. Is there a way to mount the drive before the array starts, so I can read my key file off of it?
  15. HondSchaap


    A little late to the party, but I actually got unRAID running on an Asustor Nimbustor 4. Those devices have their BIOS accessible and you can change the boot priority to let it boot from USB. Works like a charm!